Michele's books listed below, look for them on Amazon or ask at your favourite fine bookseller
Betrayal - Revised Edition
- - the story of two women, separated by thousands of miles and almost five hundred years: modern day Lydia Hamilton and Elisabeth Beeton, a servant at the Court of Henry the Eighth and Anne Boleyn. Living in Canada, Lydia is happily in love with her physician boyfriend, Dan Taylor, until she begins to have nightmares that seem all too realistic. In her dreams Lydia finds herself in Elisabeth's body, experiencing Elisabeth's dangerous sixteenth century life. Lydia tries to ignore these vivid nightmares for as long as she can, that is, until a mysterious book arrives in a Christmas parcel from England. Lydia flies to her mother's ancestral home in Devon, England, where the lies of her family's past begin to reveal themselves. Suddenly, Lydia is caught up in the quest to uncover the truth behind Elisabeth's betrayal.
- - the story of two women, separated by thousands of miles and almost five hundred years: modern day Lydia Hamilton and Elisabeth Beeton, a servant at the Court of Henry the Eighth and Anne Boleyn.
A former printing of Betrayal, Michele reworked the story and rewrote the ending for the revised edition.
Beyond Betrayal - In progress
- Beyond Betrayal
- - continues the story of Elisabeth and Sarah. It is now 1568 and Mary, Queen of Scots is preparing to flee to England. Sarah having followed in her father's footsteps is a spy for Queen Elizabeth I. She takes her orders from William Cecil, Lord Burghley. When Sarah is ordered to Carlisle to prepare the Castle for its new arrival, she is pleased to see her friend again. But, when Sarah tells Elisabeth that her daughter, Alys, is expected to begin working in the Scots Queen household, Elisabeth objects. Only Elisabeth's husband, James is able to convince her that Alys is necessary to Queen Elizabeth's plan. Mary has been accused of plotting to kill her husband, Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley. With Casket Letters threatening Mary and confusing Elizabeth, only Alys can uncover the truth. When Alys declares for Mary, her mother fears that the past is about to repeat itself.